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Nebrija ResearchDoctoral School: Scholarships, Contracts, Awards and Exemptions

Nebrija University supports the work of young researchers, helping them at the beginning of their careers through professional guidance and funding for their doctoral theses.

For this, there are several possibilities:

  • Direct financing, through a pre-doctoral contract for Research Personnel in Training, for doctoral students with high potential and who develop their doctoral thesis within a PhD program at Nebrija University.
  • Financing through scholarships or contracts offered by the various public administrations, where the University presents and supports the best candidates in each area. In this sense, Nebrija University has several researchers with contracts funded by the Community of Madrid or the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities.
  • Partial exemptions from doctorate degree fees, for doctoral students who actively collaborate in Nebrija research groups, among others.
  • Nebrija Alumni: The Nebrija Foundation has a firm commitment to developing the talent of Nebrija University's alumni. For this reason, the members of the Nebrija Alumni Club who are up to date with the Club fee payment will be able to enjoy a 20% discount on Complementary Training Courses and Tuition fees.
    If you are not a member, you can sign up here or ask for more information at alumni@nebrija.es

Fees for doctoral programs and exemption policy Fee Exemption Application

To obtain information on the completion of a doctoral thesis and the financing possibilities described above, contact the appropriate research group, the program coordinator or directly at escueladoctorado@nebrija.es


Erasmus+ Doctorate Grants:

Closed Calls

Call for Erasmus+ Doctorate grants 2020-2021 Closed call
  • Resolution:
    Resolution of the Call for Erasmus + Doctorate Grants for international mobility of doctoral students at Nebrija University in 2020/21.
    • Ana Baciero de Lama (doctoral program in Education and Cognitive Processes).
      Destination country and university: United Kingdom, Bournemouth University.
      Start date of stay: 04/01/2021. End date of stay: 07/01/2021. Requested amount: € 300 / month, total € 900.
      It meets all the requirements and is approved.
    • María Eugenia Flores (PhD program in Linguistics Applied to the Teaching of Languages).
      Destination country and university: Ireland, Trinity College.
      Start date of stay: 07/01/2021. End date of stay: 09/30/2021. Amount granted: € 300 / month, total € 900.
      It meets all the requirements and is approved.
    • Kyle Wesley Gear (Computer and Industrial Technologies PhD program).
      Destination country and university: Netherlands, European Space Technology Research Center / European Space Agency (to be confirmed until 01/22/2021).
      Start and end date of stay: second quarter of 2021 (to be confirmed until 01/22/2021). Requested amount: € 300 / month, total € 900.
      Approval conditional on the delivery of the missing documentation within the indicated period.
Call for Erasmus+ Doctorate grants 2019-20 Closed call
  • Resolution:
    Resolution of the 2019/20 Call for Erasmus+ Doctorate grants for mobility of the Doctoral Students of Nebrija University.
    We proceed to review the application and documentation of:
    • Teresa Simón Cabodevilla (Doctorate Program in Linguistics Applied to the Teaching of Languages). Country: United Kingdom. Start of stay date: 02/01/2020. End of stay date: 01/05/2020. Amount requested: 900 euros. Meets all requirements and is approved.
    • Bryan Chávez Abregú (Doctorate Program in Industrial and Computer Technologies). Country: Czech Republic. Start of stay date: 07/01/2020. End of stay date: 09/30/2020. Amount requested: 900 euros. Meets all the requirements and is approved”.
2018-19 Call for Erasmus+ Doctorate grants Closed call
  • Call: Doctoral Committee of October 30, 2018.

    2018/19 Call for Erasmus+ Doctorate grants for the mobility of PhD students

    Document 1. Application form

    Document 2. Annex II General conditions

    Document 2. Annex III Erasmus+ Student Charter

  • Resolution:
    On December 12, 2019, Nebrija University's Doctorate Commission has adopted an Agreement with the following:
    • David Rodríguez Velasco (Doctorate Program in Applied Linguistics). Country: United Kingdom. Start of stay date: 03/01/2019. End of stay date: 06/01/2019. Amount requested: 900 euros. Meets all requirements and is approved.
    • Alejandro Gonzalez Muñoz (Doctoral Program in Industrial Technologies). Country: Sweden. Start of stay date: 03/01/2019. End of stay date: 06/01/2019. Amount requested: 900 euros. Meets all requirements and is approved.

    On January 29, 2019, Nebrija University's Doctoral Commission has adopted an Agreement with the following literal wording:
    • Marta Gallego García (Doctorate Program in Applied Linguistics). Country: Belgium. Start of stay date: 01/07/2019. End of stay date: 09/28/2019. Amount requested: 750 euros. Meets all requirements and is approved.
2017-18 Call for Erasmus+ Doctorate grants Closed call

Scholarships, grants and awards from the Vice-Rectorate for Research:

According to RD 103/2019, of March 1, which approves the Statute for research staff, the pre-doctoral scholarships are now called Santander Bank Pre-doctoral Training Contracts (see Contracts tab).

Closed calls

Grants for short stays abroad 2020-2021 Closed call

Call for grants for short stays in foreign research centers for research staff in training 2020/21

Application for grants for short stays abroad 2020/21

  • Resolution:
    Resolution of the Call for Grants Universidad Nebrija-Banco Santander for short stays abroad in 2020/21.
    The application and documentation of:
    • Ana Baciero de Lama (doctoral program in Education and Cognitive Processes).
      Destination country and university: United Kingdom, Bournemouth University.
      Start date of stay: 04/01/2021. End date of stay: 07/01/2021.
      Amount granted: € 3,680 for stay. The amount of aid for the trip will be up to a maximum of € 400 for travel expenses.
      It meets all the requirements and is approved.
    • María Eugenia Flores (PhD program in Linguistics Applied to the Teaching of Languages).
      Destination country and university: Ireland, Trinity College.
      Start date of stay: 07/01/2021. End date of stay: 09/30/2021. Amount granted: € 3,680 for stay.
      The amount of aid for the trip will be up to a maximum of € 400 for travel expenses.
      It meets all the requirements and is approved.
    • Kyle Wesley Gear (Computer and Industrial Technologies PhD program).
      Destination country and university: The Netherlands, European Space Research and Technology Center / European Space Agency (to be confirmed until 22/01/2021).
      Start and end date of stay: second quarter of 2021 (to be confirmed until 01/22/2021). Awarded amount: pending.
      The amount of the travel aid will be up to a maximum of € 400 for travel expenses. Approval conditioned to the delivery of the missing documentation in the indicated term. "
Grants for the edition of books for doctoral theses defended in 2019-2020 Closed call

Call Help for the edition of books for doctoral theses defended in the academic year 2019/20

Application for aid to the editing of doctoral theses defended in 2019/20

  • Resolution:
  • Resolution of the call Aid for the edition of books for doctoral theses defended in 2019-2020: in the absence of applications submitted for this call, the aid is declared void.
2019-2020 Call Closed call
According to RD 103/2019, of March 1, which approves the Statute for research staff, predoctoral scholarships are renamed Banco de Santander Predoctoral Training Contracts (see Contracts tab).
Grants for book publishing (doctoral theses) 2019 Closed call
  • Resolution:
  • Resolution of the Call for Edition of Doctoral Thesis 2018/2019: In the absence of applications submitted for this call, grant is declared void.
2019-20 Call for short stays for research staff in training Closed call
  • Resolution:
    On January 27, 2020, Nebrija University's Doctorate Commission has adopted an Agreement with the following:
    Resolution of the 2019/20 Call for grants for short stays in foreign research centers for research staff in training.
    We proceed to review the application and documentation of:
    • Teresa Simón Cabodevilla (Doctorate Program in Linguistics Applied to the Teaching of Languages). Country: United Kingdom. Start of stay date: 01/31/2020. End of stay date: 01/05/2020. Amount granted: 3,680 euros for stay and up to a maximum of 400 euros for transportation. The latter will be managed in the Purchasing Unit Department for the purchase of tickets. Meets all the requirements and is approved.
    • Bryan Chávez Abregú (Doctorate Program in Industrial and Computer Technologies). Country: Czech Republic. Start of stay date: 07/01/2020. End of stay date: 09/30/2020. Amount granted: 3,680 euros for stay and up to a maximum of 400 euros for transportation. The latter will be managed in the Purchasing Unit Department for the purchase of tickets. Meets all the requirements and is approved.
    • Francesc Clar López (Doctorate Program in Industrial and Computer Technologies). Country: Netherlands. Start of stay date: 03/15/2020. End of stay date: 04/30/2020. Amount granted: 1,880 euros for stay and up to a maximum of 400 euros for transportation. The latter will be managed in the Purchasing Unit Department for the purchase of tickets. Meets all the requirements and is approved.
Extraordinary Doctorate Award 2019
  • Resolution:
    Doctoral Committee of December 16, 2019.
    Unanimously, the Doctoral Commission makes the decision, which is unappealable, to grant the award to Sergio Corbera Caraballo for his doctoral thesis: Integrated methodology for the autonomous management of the functional design process of a motorcycle based on generative systems and evolutionary techniques.” Defended on June 19, 2019, obtaining the Distinction CUM LAUDE grade, and enrolled in the Doctoral program in Industrial and Computer Technologies.
2018-19 Predoctoral scholarships Closed call
  • Closed call
  • Call: Doctoral Committee of May 28, 2018.

    2018-19 Call for Nebrija scholarships for research staff in training.

  • Resolution:
    In accordance with the provisions of the regulations, the Doctoral Commission of the Antonio de Nebrija University, meeting on September 28, 2018, has awarded the following scholarship:
    • 1 Pre-doctoral scholarship attached to the Linguistics Doctorate program, awarded to Teresa Simón.
    • Substitutes (in the case of withdrawal of the latter): Diana Piquer (1); Irene Moreno (2).
  • Resolution:
    In accordance with the provisions of the regulations, the Doctoral Commission of the Antonio de Nebrija University, meeting on November 27, 2018, has awarded the following scholarships:
    • 1 Predoctoral Scholarship attached to the Doctoral Program in Industrial and Computer Technologies, awarded to: Kyle Gear.
    • 1 Predoctoral Scholarship attached to the Doctoral Program in Industrial and Computer Technologies, awarded to: Omar Díaz Luque
Grants for book publishing (Doctoral Theses) Closed call
2018-19 Call for short stays for research staff in training Closed call
  • Call: Doctoral Committee of October 30, 2018.

    2018 Call for grants for short stays in foreign research centers for research staff in training

    2018 Application for grants for short stays in foreign research centers for research staff in training

  • Resolution:
    On December 12, 2019, Nebrija University's Doctorate Commission has adopted an Agreement with the following:
    • Alejandro Gonzalez Muñoz (Doctoral Program in Industrial Technologies). Country: Sweden. Start of stay date: 03/01/2019. End of stay date: 06/01/2019 (63 days) Amount requested: 4,000 euros. Breakdown of the grant requested 40 euros/day * 90 days: 3,600 euros + 400 euros for travel. Meets all requirements and is approved.

    On January 29, 2019, Nebrija University's Doctoral Commission has adopted an Agreement with the following:
    • Marta Gallego García (Doctorate Program in Applied Linguistics). Country: Belgium. Start of stay date: 01/07/2019. End of stay date: 09/28/2019. Amount requested: 3,600 euros (Support: 40 euros/day * 90 days. Transport: 200 euros). Meets all requirements and is approved.
2018-19 Research Staff in Training Scholarship Closed call
  • The Nebrija-Santander Global Chair of Spanish as a Language for Migrants and Refugees announces a Research Staff in Training Grant for the completion of the Doctorate in Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching at Nebrija University.

    Call of the Research Staff in Training Grant

2017 Grants for book publishing (Doctoral Theses) Closed call
2017-18 Call for short stays for research staff in training Closed call
  • Call: Doctoral Committee of October 30, 2017.

    2017 call for grants for short stays in foreign research centers for research staff in training

  • Resolution: Doctoral Committee of December 21, 2017.
    Verbatim wording of the agreement is a Doctorate Commission Agreement of 12/21/17: “Resolution of the Call for grants for short stays in foreign research centers for research staff in training 2017/2018.
    We proceed to review the application and documentation of:
    • 1. David Sánchez Ávila (Doctoral Program in Industrial Technologies). Meets all requirements and is approved.
    • 2. Carmen Iniesta Barberá (Doctoral Program in Industrial Technologies). Meets all requirements and is approved.
    • 3. Doctorate Program in Applied Linguistics). Meets all the requirements and is approved.”
2017-18 Predoctoral scholarships Closed call

Call: Doctoral Committee of May 25, 2017.

2017-2018 Call for Nebrija scholarships for research staff in training.

Resolution of the pre-doctoral scholarships of the Doctorate Program in Applied Linguistics.
In accordance with the provisions of the regulations, Nebrija University's Doctorate Commission, meeting on October 6, 2017, has awarded the following scholarship:

  • Pre-doctoral scholarship attached to the Applied Linguistics Doctorate program, awarded to: Marta Gallego García.
  • Substitutes (in the case of withdrawal of the latter): 1. Teresa Simón Cabodevilla; 2. Javier Chao García; 3. Clara María Molero Perea.

Resolution of the pre-doctoral scholarships of the Doctoral Program in Industrial Technologies.
In accordance with the provisions of the regulations, Nebrija University's Doctorate Commission, meeting on November 30, 2017, has awarded the following scholarships in accordance with the proposal of the Academic Commission of the Industrial Technologies doctorate program:

  • Pre-doctoral scholarship attached to the Industrial Technologies Doctorate program, awarded to: María Sonsoles García Alonso.
  • Pre-doctoral scholarship attached to the Industrial Technologies Doctorate program, awarded to: Francesc Clar López.
  • Substitute (in the case of withdrawal of the latter): 1. Sandra Muñoz Piña. Meets the conditions and is on the waiting list.
Call for short stays for research staff in training Closed call
  • Call: Doctoral Committee of November 25, 2016.

    2017 call for grants for short stays in foreign research centers for research staff in training

  • Resolution: Doctoral Committee of January 27, 2017.
    Literal wording of the agreement, a Doctorate Commission Agreement of 01/27/17:
    “Resolution of the call for the 2016/2017 academic year of grants for short stays in foreign research centers for research staff in training.
    We proceed to review the application and documentation of:
    • 1. Gonzalez Toral, Ricardo (Doctoral Program in Industrial Technologies). Meets all requirements and is approved.
    • 2. Bowen Aguayo, Lincoln Emilio (Doctoral Program in Industrial Technologies). Meets all requirements and is approved.
2016-17 Grants for book publishing (Doctoral theses) Closed call
2016-17 Predoctoral scholarships Closed call

2016-2017 Call for Nebrija scholarships for research staff in training

  • Call: Candidates will be able to make a claim at the Vice Rector's Office for Research until October 20, 2016, starting on the date the final list is called.
  • Resolution: In accordance with the provisions of the regulations, the Doctoral Commission of the Antonio de Nebrija University, meeting on September 30, has awarded the following scholarships:
    • 1 Pre-doctoral scholarship attached to the Linguistics Doctorate program, awarded to Cristina Herrero Fernandez
      Substitutes (in the case of withdrawal of the latter): Javier Chao García, María Moldes Suárez.
      Admitted and not selected: Priy Bharti, Mª Elena Gil López, Juan Climaco Gutiérrez Díaz, Oscar Kem Mekah Kadzue, Leticia Martínez, Yuth Molina Gómez y Mercé Mundet Tarrago.
    • 2 Pre-doctoral scholarships attached to the Engineering Doctorate program, awarded to Zeynab Mohseni and Alejandro González Muñóz.
      Substitute (in the case of withdrawal of the latter): Bruno López Schenkel
Incoming visiting professors Closed call
  • Call: Doctoral Commission Agreement of April 29, 2015
  • Resolution: May 27, 2016 Doctoral Commission .
    Verbatim wording of the agreement of the Doctoral Commission dated 05/27/2016: "Chris Bleakley (University College Dublin Beldfeld, Ireland), who is part of the professors who appear in the verified report of said program. B) TianQi Wang (Harbin Institute of Technology, China) that is not part of the professors of the verified report and attaches the documentation required in the application."
2015 Predoctoral scholarships Closed call
Call for short stays for research staff in training Closed call

Grants for book publishing (Doctoral Theses)Closed call

  • • Resolution: Doctoral Committee of November 20, 2015.
    Verbatim wording of the agreement of the Doctoral Commission dated 11/20/2015: "The application submitted by Edgardo Spivak Einhorn was unanimously approved, since he is the only one of the three applicants who have applied to this call that meets the three criteria for weighting the call: firstly, having a contract with a prestigious publisher, secondly, that the thesis has received the extraordinary doctorate award and, finally, the viability of the project presented".

    2015-2016 Resolution of Grants for the publication of doctoral theses of the Antonio de Nebrija University6